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Trump 'on tape' discussing hush money for Playboy model

New York - President Donald Trump was secretly taped two months before the 2016 election discussing a payment to hush up an alleged affair with a Playboy model and the FBI has the recording, bombshell reports claimed Friday.

After 15 years, thieves behind French heist surface in Serbia

Uzice - They believed they were safe but a few blood drops betrayed them: 15 years after a daring robbery at a French jewellery store, the four alleged perpetrators have been found -- in Serbia.

Trump rejects Putin's proposal to let Russia interrogate US citizens

Washington - President Donald Trump rejected Thursday a proposal by Vladimir Putin to allow Russian officials to interrogate a former US ambassador and other American citizens, amid outrage across Washington that he would even consider it.

Trump rejects Putin's proposal to let Russia interrogate US citizens

Washington - President Donald Trump has rejected a proposal by Vladimir Putin to allow Russian officials to interrogate a former US ambassador and other American citizens, the White House said Thursday.

Four Cameroon troops held over summary execution video

Yaound - Four Cameroonian soldiers have been arrested after a video apparently showing three of them summarily executing two women and their two children accused of belonging to Boko Haram, sources close to the army said Thursday.

French far-right party's appeal of cash freeze set for August

Paris - A Paris court will hear on August 6 an appeal by France's far-right National Rally of a decision to withhold two million euros in public subsidies for the party as part of an EU funding inquiry.

Putin: US-Russia ties should not be held hostage to Mueller probe

Washington - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday described the probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Moscow's election meddling as "political games" that should not be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations.

Fresh DNA tests authenticate bones of Russia tsar, family

Moscow - Fresh genetic tests on bones of Russia's last tsar and his family murdered a century ago have confirmed their authenticity, investigators said Monday.

Trump blames bad Russia ties on FBI 'witch hunt'

Apo - US President Donald Trump set the scene for his summit with Vladimir Putin on Monday by blaming the chill in relations with Moscow on the investigation into Russian interference in his election victory.

Key Dates in the Mueller investigation

Washington - Former FBI director Robert Mueller was appointed on May 17, 2017 as special counsel to lead the investigation into links between President Donald Trump's election campaign and Russia.

'FBI lover' agent rejects Trump bias charges in stormy hearing

Washington - Veteran FBI agent Peter Strzok on Thursday rejected accusations of anti-Trump bias in his work on the Russia collusion probe, telling lawmakers in a tempestuous hearing that attacks on the FBI and Justice Department were a "victory" for Vladimir Putin....

'FBI lover' agent: Attacks on FBI a 'victory' for Putin

Washington - An FBI agent assailed as biased by Donald Trump after it emerged he railed against the president in private messages with his lover, said Thursday such attacks are bolstering Russia's Vladimir Putin and tearing the United States apart.

Suspect in 'plot' to bomb Iran opposition in Paris handed to Belgium

Paris - A French court on Wednesday gave the green light for a suspect in an alleged bomb plot against an Iranian opposition rally to be handed over to Belgium.

Dozens of Hells Angels arrested in Portugal

Lisbon - Portugese police on Wednesday arrested 56 Hells Angels members on charges ranging from attempted murder to pimping, an official said.

Sex, texts and politics: the 'FBI lovers' in Trump's sights

Washington - Like any caring lover, Peter Strzok was there with reassurances when girlfriend Lisa Page confessed deep fears about the future under a Donald Trump presidency in a late-night text message in August 2016."He's not ever going to become president, right?...

France's Le Pen says party in mortal danger after funds seized

Paris - France's far-right National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said her cash-strapped party was in mortal danger Monday after judges seized two million euros in subsidies as part of an illicit funding inquiry.

France's Le Pen calls for support after party funds seized

Paris - France's far-right National Rally on Monday urged politicians of all stripes to denounce a seizure of the party's public subsidies by judges investigating illicit funding allegations, as it began an emergency fund-raising drive.

Danske Bank's money laundering scandal spinning faster

Stockholm - Denmark, a Nordic kingdom not often associated with financial shenanigans, is facing a massive scandal with banking champion Danske Bank accused of helping to launder $8.3 billion through an Estonian subsidiary.

Novichok, the military-grade toxin worrying England

Paris - The Soviet-designed nerve agent Novichok which has sickened a British couple four months after it was used in a failed plot to murder a Russian ex-spy, is a military-grade poison that is poorly known and hard to trace.

Poisoned UK couple: their last hours before falling ill

Amesbury - The two Britons exposed to nerve agent Novichok spent Friday in Salisbury before falling ill a day later and being taken to hospital in critical condition, according to their friend.

UK nerve agent incident: what we know

London - The exposure of an apparently random British couple to the same nerve agent used against former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, in the same region, has sent officials scrambling to discover the source of the contamination.

New Armenia PM targets former elite in graft crackdown

Yerevan - Nearly two months after mass anti-government protests propelled him to power, Armenia's new premier Nikol Pashinyan has launched an all-out crusade against corruption that has long eroded the ex-Soviet republic.

'Defective' security may have aided helicopter jailbreak: French minister

Paris - The French government pointed to possible security failings on Monday after a notorious gangster used a helicopter to stage his second brazen jailbreak of a crime career inspired by films such as "Scarface".

Ahead of summit, Trump backs Moscow over vote meddling

Washington - US President Donald Trump on Thursday again stood up for Moscow despite the conclusions of US intelligence chiefs that Russia continues to meddle in the US political process.

Former Trump campaign chief sent to jail after bail revoked

Washington - A US federal judge sent Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, to jail on Friday ahead of his trial on money laundering, tax and bank fraud charges.

DNA leads to breakthrough in grisly French cold case

Blois - Police investigating a three-decade-old murder that mystified France said Thursday they had finally identified the four-year-old victim whose mutilated body was found by a motorway and arrested her parents on suspicion of killing her.

Trump says Russia probe 'discredited' as former aide heads to jail

Washington - Donald Trump's former campaign chief was sent to jail Friday pending trial on a series of federal charges, as the US president ramped up efforts to discredit the wider probe into possible collusion between his campaign team and Moscow.

DNA leads to breakthrough in grisly French cold case

Blois - Police investigating a three-decade-old murder that mystified France said Thursday they had finally identified a four-year-old girl whose mutilated body was found by a motorway and arrested her parents on suspicion of killing her.

Swedish PM testifies in court over war jets sale in Brazil

Stockholm - Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven testified in court on Friday, at the request of a Brazilian judge, over a suspected corruption case in Brazil involving the sale of Swedish fighter aircraft at the expense of their French counterpart Rafale.

'Accident' caused global baby milk scare, says French company

Paris - The head of the French company at the centre of an international baby milk scandal denied Thursday that it was responsible for the contamination that triggered a recall of formula in over 80 countries, calling it "an accident".
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